All-you-can-eat dining

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The Wyman Dining Commons serves meals when the College is in session. It is an all-you-can-eat facility for students, faculty, and staff.

Recently renovated and expanded, the Wyman Dining Commons serves homemade all-you-can-eat meals. 

Food stations make choosing meals easy and fun: from breakfast-all-day to the Mongolian grill, from soups to salads, from sandwiches to comfort foods. We provide nutritious and delicious meals for all types of dietary needs. 

Our most popular food choices are:

  • The local hamburgers from grass-fed Maine cows.
  • Daily soups, such as fish chowder and black beans.
  • The Mongolian stir-fry, with you-choose-it ingredients cooked to order. 
  • Locally sourced beets. Yes, hard to believe, but true! They are delicious!
  • Ice cream from Maine dairies. 

Food stations, not long lines

We provide food at stations, which makes it faster and easier to choose exactly what you want, without waiting in long lines. 

The Mongolian Grill

Unique among schools in New England, Unity’s Mongolian grill is a large stir-fry steel plate that can cook up to 7 meals at a time. Choose your own meats, seafood, veggies, noodles, and flavorings to create unique food combinations. 

The Breakfast Station

Available all-day, serving omelets, scrambled, and fried eggs, as well as a variety of breakfast fruit smoothies. 

The Sandwich Station

Made to order with a large variety of breads, meats, cheeses, and veggies. Hot and cold sandwiches are always available. 

The Pizza Station

When you just have to have a slice. Three varieties daily, with a vegan and vegetarian option available. 

The Comfort Food Station

Hot food made to satisfy: grilled cheese, burgers, lasagna, hot Rubens, fried chicken, fish – always with an in-season veggie side. Vegan and vegetarian options are always available. Ethnic dishes are frequently served, such as Greek gyros, chicken fajitas, pad thai, tandoori tofu, and Indian shrimp curry. See today’s menu.

The Soup Station

We offer several choices every day. Most are homemade and include, vegan and vegetarian options. 

The Salad Bar 

A huge variety of choices make the salad station an everyday must. The spring mix lettuces are grown in our own Half Moon Garden Greenhouse. Egg salad is made with eggs from our heritage chickens living in the Unity College barn

The Belgian Waffle Station

Make your own decadent dessert waffles with cream and chocolate toppings. 

The Ice Cream Station

Offering over 10 varieties of ice cream every day. Nut and nut-free options available. With toppings including hot fudge!

The Dessert Station

Made fresh daily, choose from homemade cookies, cakes, pies, and creamy seasonal deserts. 

The Fruit Station

Grab a banana, orange, or apple before you head out the door for your next class. 

The Beverage Station

Choose from fruit juices, coffees, teas, milks, and sodas. We now offer vitamin water as an alternative to carbonated sugar drinks. Fruit smoothies are also available. 

Special Dinners

Several times a semester, we provide a special, theme-based meal for dinner, such as Holiday Feast, Game Dinner, Valentine’s Dinner, or a specialty one such as an Appalachian Trail Dinner.

Meal plans: affordable and easy

Meal plans make eating even easier and affordable for students living on- and off-campus. Just swipe your meal card at the entrance and go.  Learn more about meal plans.

About our Chefs 

Charlie Krause is our executive chef and catering coordinator at Unity College. You may know Charlie from the Island Inn on Monhegan Island, made famous by his signature Lobster Stew. Charlie was trained at the famous Culinary Institute of America in New York, considered one of the best schools of its kind in the nation. Charlie has extensive catering experience, having worked as the lead chef at MBNA and Colby College before coming to Unity. He is always looking for new ways to please the palate of the students, faculty, and staff.   

John Wilson is cook and manager of the Student Center. He works with Charlie on larger catered events and has extensive experience in catering large events in greater New York 



Breakfast: 7:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m. (only continental and Station after 9:00 a.m.)
Lunch: 11:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

Saturday & Sunday

Brunch: 10:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Dinner: 4:30 p.m. - 6:30 p.m.

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